File>New-What It's For
New: By navigating to File>New you are faced with many options. The first option is a new blank file. This allows you to start from scratch to create a new photo or document. The next option is new image from clipboard. If you’ve saved anything to your clipboard from other documents, you can use this option to open it in your Photoshop Elements program.
Next is new Photomerge® Group Shot. This allows you to take many photos of the same subject or group and merge only the best parts of each photo into your main shot. This works well if you have a great photo with a dingy sky, or if a person got in the way in one of your shots. Next is Photomerge® Faces. Photomerge® Faces allows you to take different aspects from people (such as their eyes, nose, mouth, or ears) and merge them into one photograph. It’s much like the photo booths that will merge you and your boyfriend or girlfriend to show you what your child would look like.
The last choice in the New menu is Photomerge® Panorama. A panorama is a shot of a building or landscape that wouldn’t all fit into one photograph. You stand in an area and take photos of the building moving your camera slightly each time until you have the whole thing photographed. You then can use Photomerge® Panorama to stitch the photos together into one photo, rather than many photos that only show off a portion of the building.